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Daily Message

Snow Summit is scheduled to open for the 2019/20 winter season on Thursday, Nov. 28 and Bear Mountain is scheduled to open Friday, Nov. 29. SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER AND CONDITIONS. Purchase tickets or season passes online today.

3-Day Forecast

Tue

65° 37°

Wed

65° 36°

Thu

62° 34°

ADOPT-A-TRAIL PROGRAM

Trails get us outside. They keep us healthy and help us to see the wonder and beauty of the natural lands in the San Bernardino National Forest. But, these trails do require care and maintenance.

The U.S. Forest Service manages the vast majority of our San Bernardino National Forest trails, but current federal budgets can’t keep up with annual trail work needs. Without regular maintenance, trails fall into disrepair, making them unusable and potentially even harmful to the natural environment. That’s why The San Bernardino National Forest, City of Big Bear Lake, San Bernardino County, Big Bear Mountain Resort, Southern California Mountains Foundation, and the Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation have united to form the Trails Advisory Group. This group is dedicated to improving the non-motorized trails across Big Bear, and is hoping you will participate in the Adopt-A-Trail Program to help!

Snow Summit adopted several trails that skirt our bike park including Pirates, Lower Skyline, Upper and Lower Fall Line and Dickies Trails. We are committed to the maintenance of these trails for Summer 2019.

PIRATES

PIRATES


Difficulty: Moderate

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LOWER SKYLINE

LOWER SKYLINE


Difficulty: Moderate

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UPPER & LOWER FALL LINE

UPPER & LOWER FALL LINE


Difficulty: Moderate

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DICKIES

DICKIES


Difficulty: Expert

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The Adopt-A-Trail Program steps in to help our trails by giving individuals, families, friends, groups, businesses, and clubs of any size an opportunity to adopt a section of trail on an annual basis. Each sponsor supports their Adopted Trail through financial contributions and volunteer trail work.

Additionally, mountain residents and visitors share a vision for the near future that includes new trails that connect neighborhoods and communities and provide both recreational and social access. A fully supported Adopt-A-Trail Program that demonstrates our capability to maintain existing trails is the first step along the path to that vision.

Your involvement in the Adopt-A-Trail program gives us the means to focus on a singular trail experience that not only balances environmental and recreational needs, but also entices peoples to visit year after year.

For more information on how you can get involved, visit Trails Foundation.